The Guatemalan Handshake

The Guatemalan Handshake

Director: Todd Rohal Cast: Will Oldham, Katy Haywood, Sheila Scullin

DVD

Product Details

Release Date: 04/29/2008
UPC: 0793573481498
Original Release: 2005
Source: Benten Films
Region Code: 0
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:37:00

Special Features

Disc 1:; New high-definition digital transfer, supervised and approved by director Todd Rohal; Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack; Director's Commentary, with contributions from the cast and crew; Ola Podrida music video: "Lost and Found," directed by Todd Rohal and starring Ivan Dimitrov; ; Disc 2:; 10 Moments From the Set of The Guatemalan Handshake: interviews, casting sessions, mini-documentaries, and more behind-the-scenes footage; 5 Moments From the Road with The Guatemalan Handshake: hilarious and bizarre happenings from the film's theatrical premieres across the United States, Italy, and Germany; 6 Short Films, directed by the cast and crew of The Guatemalan Handshake; Audio Interview with Todd Rohal, for Baltimore Public Radio; Deleted Scenes

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Guatemalan Handshake: The Movie
1. Opening & Power Lines [18:28]
2. Baptism Photos [4:17]
3. The Scout Camp & The Car Lot [7:12]
4. The Roller Rink [5:31]
5. Spank Williams [6:20]
6. Investigation & Music [4:31]
7. Morning & Funeral [11:14]
8. The Beauty Queen & The Derby Champ [6:40]
9. Restaurant Meeting & Amish Jokes [11:46]
10. Insurance Man [4:57]
11. Reunited [7:22]
12. The Derby/ It's Raining Fire [9:41]

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The Guatemalan Handshake 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Guatemalan Handshake, when picking it up customer be wary, Katy Haywood, the lead is an unknown completely, mined straight from the east coast with little more than a baton to guide her way...but what she delivers is more dakota fanning than abigail breslin...which in this case can only be seen as a good thing. The film is headlined with a sort of tag team cast, mostly completely unfamiliar to all audiences, but what it finds is a completion and a place for anyone who like the more odd type of fim, the scenery and score add to make this film, well for lack of a better word delighful. It should be well known. It should be printed up on glossy posters and ebert&amp roper should give it two thumbs up. so snap it up and watch it or let it collect dust, but buy it so we can see more from these fabulous film makers